Rock band GRANRODEO, known for their Kuroko's Basketball openings, have inspired an anime shorts series debuting this October. In it, mysterious producer GraP will help average teen Rodeotto achieve his dreams of becoming a rock star. Get a look after the jump.
GRANRODEO, a two-member musical unit consisting of popular anime voice actor Kisho Taniyama (as KISHOW) and guitarist Masaaki Iizuka (e-ZUKA), will release their much-anticipated 6th album "Karma to Labyrinth" (Karma and Labyrinth) in Japan on September 24. Check a short version promotional video for the title track after the jump.
Following "FANTASTIC TUNE," the new ED song by Kensho Ono, a short version promotional video for "Hengenjizai no Magical Star" (Ever-changing Magical Star) by GRANRODEO, the new OP song for the second season of Kuroko's Basketball TV anime is now online. Check their latest rock tune after the jump.
The official website for Japanese rock unit GRANRODEO announced today that the unit will perform the 2nd OP theme song for the 2nd season of Kuroko's Basketball TV anime, following the 1st OP theme "The Other self." This is the 4th Kuroko theme song for them. Hit the jump for more info.
Following the October 5th premiere of Kuroko's Basketball season 2, rock duo GRANRODEO's new single of the anime's opening hits on October 16th. Music label Lantis hasn't listed what other tracks the disc will feature, or revealed its cover, but there is a short look at the music video for "The Other self." Check it out after the jump.
One month before the start of the anime, GRANRODEO premiered their new song The Other Self, which is the new opening theme for the Kuroko's Basketball second season on their GRANRODEO's Doki x2 Radio Jamboree radio show. Listen to the TV opening version after the jump!
The Kuroko's Basketball official Twitter account revealed the 2nd season ending theme will be done by OLDCODEX with Suzuki Tatsuhisa, the voice of Takao Kazunari as the singer Ta_2, for the second time. GRANRODEO was already announced to sing the opening theme Other Self and this will make it the second time both bands are singing the opening and ending for the series. More after the jump.
Music label Lantis has posted a short preview for "Henai no Rondo," GRANRODEO's (Total Eclipse, Kuroko's Basketball) opening theme for spring's josei fantasy adaptation Karneval. The single will be released on April 17th. Get a look and listen after the jump.
GRANRODEO, a popular rock duo whose work includes Kuroko's Basketball opening themes "Can Do" and "Rimfire", is going to host fan events called "GRANRODEO CAFE PORTABLE" in Tokyo and Osaka in Japan. What makes this event unique is that even though this is an event for a band, this is still a food event as the "Cafe" in the title suggests. More details after the jump!
Singer/voice actor KISHOW (Taniyama Kisho) and guitarist e-ZUKA (Iizuka Masaaki), together known as GRANRODEO (Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse, Kuroko's Basketball, Needless) are featured in this season's anime Code:Breaker with their song "Dark Shame." With the single, the pair's 18th, set to be released on November 7th, Lantis has posted a music video preview. Get a look after the jump.